Forgive Me, I Have Sinned

  • #1

    - 1 minute A.D.D. addiction junk

    - Mouseflipping

    - Playing the cowardly 1. e3

    - Giving away queen in opening

    - Missing backward knight moves

    - Missing mate in one and shorter mates

    - All things mentioned lead to good times with e-chess for me

     

    By the way I post this in "game analysis", but I'm not seriously going to fight over these moves with you guys (as is common practice in this forum section:p), it might be the first and last time I post a game of mine on chess.com. It's just that I'm in a lighthearted mood and this 1 out of 10 crappy win gives me some giggles and I think it might be enjoyable for others too. Bring in the christmas waffles.

  • #2

    ARE SOME PEOPLE REALLY THIS BAD?

  • #3

    Outstanding!

  • #4

    Here heinzie, help yourself !

  • #5

    Communist propaganda!  All of you!  Freedom to pancake!

  • #6

    I do enjoy waffles from time to time.  However, I would indeed choose pancakes if I were forced to choose between the two.

  • #7

    You played that in 1 minute!? It looks like 1 minute 35 seconds! Nice job!Laughing

  • #8

    I am glad to see the subject already shifted to the waffles part of my post. Delicious.

  • #9

    The inherent lack of structure of the pancakes will lead to their ultimate demise, comrades!

  • #10

    I had pancakes for christmas. I wish I could post the pic

  • #11

    waffles and fruits my vote hahahahhahaha!!!!!!!!!

  • #12

    that was i nice game you came back from blunder hell possibly with a vegence that looks semi forced in his face.Great job i think thats your immortal game.

  • #13

    Thanks but it was not really a blunder, I gave away a queen but I get something back too: two pieces, his queen misplaced on a6 and a little bit of pressure on his king. Black continued playing the defensive part a little bit on the laconic side, but that's part of his style. In the end the game looks cute. Is there a heinzie soccer team?

  • #14
    heinzie wrote:

    Thanks but it was not really a blunder, I gave away a queen but I get something back too: two pieces, his queen misplaced on a6 and a little bit of pressure on his king. Black continued playing the defensive part a little bit on the laconic side, but that's part of his style. In the end the game looks cute. Is there a heinzie soccer team?


    I don't think that word means what you think it means.

  • #15

    Wonderful game and instructive game, missed mate and all. It amazes me how sometimes several mobile minor pieces working in harmony can often control the board, even against an enemy Queen.

  • #16

    Actually I do, it's derived from some Greek place

  • #17

    Maybe a lackadaisical, lethargic, listless or lazy road would lead to Laconia too?

  • #18
    bigpoison wrote:
    heinzie wrote:

    Thanks but it was not really a blunder, I gave away a queen but I get something back too: two pieces, his queen misplaced on a6 and a little bit of pressure on his king. Black continued playing the defensive part a little bit on the laconic side, but that's part of his style. In the end the game looks cute. Is there a heinzie soccer team?


    I don't think that word means what you think it means.


    You don't think he knows what laconic means? Inconceivable!

  • #19

    I think he meant to say in Spartan style. 

  • #20

    At the risk of being serious :0

    You got two minors and a pawn for the queen... ok that's not quite compensation but also his king is in the middle... in 1/0 chess that's really not so bad.

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